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Create a Personalized Bandana for your Pet

Beth Watson
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July 21, 2019

Personalizing a bandana for your pet is quick and easy with Joy® embroidered letters!

(Getting him to sit still takes a little longer)... 

You will Need:

  • Joy® Iron-on embroidered letters - black initial script*
  • Joy® Iron-on embroidered letter sheet - 1" black
  • Bandanas 
  • Craft Iron and Ironing Board
  • Pet 😊

*Also available in white which can be colored with paint, dye or brush markers!

Instructions: 1.  Unfold the bandanas and press out any creases.  Position the letter(s) on the bandana.  The checkered pattern was a perfect fit for the script Initial.  Iron in place according to the directions on the packaging.

2.  Select letters from the sheet to spell out your pet's name then place on the bandana.  Use the stripe as a guide to line up the letters evenly.  Iron in place according to the directions on the back of the package.

Most family pets names are unique, like our Dixie dog, so this is a fun way to personalize an accessory like these bandanas, collar or even a leash!

You can find a wide selection of Joy® embroidered iron-on letters and alphabet sheets in different sizes at your local craft stores.

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